Council discusses changes to parks and rec

Thursday, February 23, 2017
Mountain Home City Hall

Parks and recreation employees and local residents packed into the city council chambers Feb. 13 as a discussion began regarding who will oversee the department.

In his comments to the public, Mayor Rich Sykes said he would like to split the department into two entities with supervisors at the head of both departments.

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  • Background checks for venders dealing with children on the streets of Mountain home should be a requirement. $100.00 Fee should not dissuade the city from requiring this. All contractors have to buy insurance and applicable permits to accomplish their work. Why should some be exempt due to costs. If you can't afford to do business then you should not try and run one.

    -- Posted by goatbeard on Thu, Feb 23, 2017, at 12:55 PM
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